MAKING THINGS
HAPPEN IN
CHORLEY

Chorley Labour are making things happen.  We have the track record of delivering for you.
On Thursday 5th May, elect your local Labour candidate that’s working hard for you.

A colossal Labour win from the Conservatives and our third of the night - congratulations to Neville Whitman, newly elected councillor for Clayton West & Cuerden! 🌹

Clayton East returning a Labour hold last night with an increased majority. Congratulations to Michelle Le Marinel the new councillor for Clayton East, Brindle & Hoghton!

Second Labour win from the Conservatives last night - Dedrah Moss thumping to victory as the new councillor for Buckshaw & Whittle. Congratulations! 🌹

Our first Labour win from the Conservatives last night - congratulations to Arjun Singh the new councillor for Eccleston, Heskin and Charnock Richard 🌹

Our Track Record of Making Things Happen in Chorley

£ 1.7 MILLION

to renovate Astley Hall

Labour controlled Chorley Council are currently investing £1.7m in renovating historic Astley Hall and improving the visitor experience. 

This builds on significant previous investment in Astley Park that has made it a popular leisure destination for families from across the area.

65 NEW APARTMENTS

at Primrose Gardens

The new 65 apartment Extra Care Facility developed and operated by Labour run Chorley Council is now fully occupied and we are providing an additional facility at Tatton which is currently under construction and is bringing over £15m of investment to East Chorley.

These facilities are designed to deliver exceptional care and help our older residents to stay in their own homes.

£150,000

for a greener Chorley

Investing a further £150,000 in street cleaning and improvements to the local area including tree planting and the establishment of wildlife corridors and managed wildflower areas that enhance the natural beauty and environment in which we live.

£125,000

in local youth services

Having successfully delivered the impressive Youth Zone which is attracting the largest percentage of young people per capita of anywhere in the UK.

Chorley’s Labour administration continues to invest £125,000 in local youth services across the borough as the youngsters of today are the lifeblood of our Town and Villages in the future.

ACCESS TO

essential bus services

Following cuts by private bus companies and Conservative Lancashire County Council.

Labour Chorley Council has stepped in to financially support local communities by ensuring they have access to essential bus services such as 24a service to get to work, education or access other needs.

£1 MILLION

in playground upgrades

Labour Chorley is delivering new improved equipment and play/recreation areas throughout the borough including over £1m in major playground upgrades and makeovers which will continue into future years and provides a valuable space for residents of all ages to enjoy.